From The Latin Breviary
For May 30th, Day of Saint Joan of Arc
I. This is Joan, a most pious and simple maiden, who much feared the Lord, and of whom no one ever said an evil word.
II. The Lord raised her up, and behold the maiden was clad in the armor of God, so that she might withstand the snares of the enemy.
III. Her loins girt with verity and covered with the laurels of justice, she took up the shield and helmet of salvation.
IV. And behold she raised her hand to the people and showed the nations the miracle of the Lord, so as to put the adversary to flight. Alleluia!
V. The angel guarded her; and when going and when stopping, and when returning, as well as in the midst of the fire, he never abandoned her. Alleluia!